Making Friends

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Making Friends
No Use for a Name - Making Friends cover.jpg
Studio album by No Use for a Name
Released August 26, 1997
Recorded Motor Studios, San Francisco, California
Genre Punk rock, melodic hardcore, skate punk
Length 35:31
Label Fat Wreck Chords
Producer Ryan Greene; No Use for a Name
No Use for a Name chronology
¡Leche con Carne!
(1995)¡Leche con Carne!1995
Making Friends
(1997)
More Betterness!
(1999)More Betterness!1999
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Making Friends is the fourth studio album by punk rock band No Use for a Name, released in 1997. It also includes a hidden track cover of the KISS song "Beth". At the end of "Beth" the band starts to play "Soulmate" but gets interrupted by Tony Sly. Fields of Athenry is an Irish folk ballad (written in 1970 by Pete St. John) which has been covered by many other bands such as Dropkick Murphys or The Dubliners.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by No Use For A Name except "Fields Of Athenry".

  1. "The Answer Is Still No" – 2:33 (Opening dialogue between Alec Baldwin and Ed Harris from the film Glengarry Glen Ross)
  2. "Invincible" – 2:22
  3. "Growing Down" – 2:02
  4. "On the Outside" – 2:51 (Opening dialogue is David Thewlis from the film Naked)
  5. "A Postcard Would Be Nice" – 2:01
  6. "Secret" – 3:24
  7. "Best Regards" – 1:50
  8. "Revenge" – 1:52
  9. "Sidewalk" – 2:17
  10. "3 Month Weekend" – 1:17
  11. "Sitting Duck" – 1:21
  12. "Fields of Athenry" – 11:40

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